A Curious Mind
Did curiosity really kill the cat or was it framed?
Most of us assume we're curious but are you curious enough?
If we agree all children are born with a healthy curiosity and that it plays a crucial role in them engaging with the world, learning and growing, then why do so many adults appear incurious?
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Welcome to CuriousMind
This site is for anyone curious about curiosity. Whether you're a parent, educator, business or community leader or maybe just very curious yourself, you will find this site useful. Have a look around and please take some time to add any tips or thoughts of your own.
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If you are interested in developing the curiosity quotient (CQ) of your organisation / team / family please look on the "Cultivating Curiosity" page.
Curiosity & Problem Solving
|In our haste to find the right answers we frequently overlook the importance of asking the right question. From the humblest insight to world changing discoveries and innovations, great (curious) questions have driven adaptability and progress.
So rather than another site on problems and solutions what about a forum for better questions? What questions do you think we could be asking? Below are a few starters, click on them to add your questions.
|“I think, at a child's birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift would be curiosity.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt|